This page is about Trinity – we are an evangelical Anglican church family in north Boston, Lincolnshire.

We want to share the unconditional love of God, expressed in Jesus Christ, with our family, friends and local community.


The Church is open every day and we welcome visitors and all who may wish to pray.


The Church Lounge is used for smaller services and meetings of all kinds during the week such as our Parent and Toddler Group, Trinity Tots and our Alpha Course. It is also home to our café on Thursdays.


The Church Office is located within the Trinity Centre next to the Church. Opening hours are displayed in the Church News Sheet each week.


The Trinity Centre provides rooms for our children’s work. It is also used by various organisations during the week, especially the local Pre-School. The Trinity Centre has several rooms that can be hired separately and is available for hire as a venue for events such as Meetings, Children’s Parties, Fund-Raising Events, Social Gatherings, Lectures.

Our History


It was a lightning strike in the early 1840s that gave a handful of worshippers the chance of having a parish church of their own. Lightning destroyed Blades Mill and William Roy, the Rector of St Nicholas, Skirbeck, who had private means, seized the opportunity. The Spilsby Road area was part of his parish. In 1840 he had started things moving by having a room that was licensed for divine service.


By 1849 the new parish church of Holy Trinity, on the site where the mill used to stand, was consecrated by the Bishop of Lincoln.


A long-term influence in the parish has been Covenanters. This was started in 1949 by George Marchant, the Vicar at the time. It was designed for boys; George’s wife Eileen set up a similar group for girls. To this day there are Holy Trinity members who look back on Covenanters as a formative influence on their Christian faith.


Other aspects of the Holy Trinity story include home-groups, mission and relief agency support, a flourishing Women’s Circle and numerous groups such as Mothers and Toddlers which originally met in the church hall built in 1974.


Another building addition in 1987, the ‘lounge’, was added to the west end and this has been a fantastic asset, allowing much greater flexibility for things such as informal worship services, Alpha courses and the like, and a variety of social events.


A strong youth element, with a succession of volunteer leaders, has also been a feature of Holy Trinity life and since 2000 there has been a full-time youth worker in post.


Thus although when compared to some churches Trinity’s life has been relatively short, it has made a deep and lasting impression on the town and community, and there is no reason to suppose why this influence should not continue so long as the community of faith that makes up the church seeks to glorify God and helps build His Kingdom.